In 2018, a clinical trial will begin on a new caulk-like device to add survival hours for intracavitary bleeding among wounded military....
Government and Regulations
Study finds overall high quality of care but identifies important gaps in assessment and treatment.
Recent study finds restricting detailing in medical centers can have a large impact on medication market share.
Military Sexual Trauma and Sexual Health: Practice and Future Research for Mental Health Professionals
Mental health professionals should assess for risk of sexually transmitted infections in
both male and female patients who have experienced...
IHS and Johns Hopkins Center collaborate to understand and provide better trauma care for Native children.
Study conducted by the Naval Health Research Center and the VA aims to answer factoring questions regarding the development of PTSD among military...
Researchers study data from National Institute of Mental Health studies to better understand diagnosing and treating patients with “...
Two patients with spinal cord injuries presented with hyperhidrosis and were successfully treated with oxybutynin.
CDC research data reveal retained bullet fragments can lead to comorbidities years later if not removed.